429 Great Western Road
Grove Bank Terrace, known as 253 Great Western Road before 1895.
No occupant given until 1871
1871-75 Barton, Wm., trunk and packing-box maker, 25 Cathedral Street
1872-77 Dickson, Mrs.
1872-77 Muirhead, Robt., lithographic writer, 9 Gordon St.
1872 Sinclair, Daniel, warehouseman
1873-86 Lowson, Miss, milliner and dressmaker, 243 (now 417) Gt. Western Road
1873-82 McQueen, Norman (at Alex. Paul & Co., manufacturers, 14 George Square ; goods entrance, 144 Queen St. ; weaving factory, Fielden St., Mile-end)
1873-74 Ross, Wm.
1876-84 Baird, Alex., bookseller, newsagent & stationer, 251 (now 427), later at 255 (now 255) Great Western Road
1877-81 Morton, Thomas, M.A., teacher, Free Church Normal Seminary, 115 Cowcaddens
1879-81 Milligan, James, M.A., teacher, Garnethill School
1883-89 Thompson, Miss
1884-93 Jacob, Michael, clerk (at Wm. Brownlie, lithographer & show card manufacturer, 89-103 Bishop St., Anderston)
1884-93 Stevenson, Mrs. W.
1884-85 Watson, John, teller and accountant, British Linen Co. Bank, 112 Renfield St.
1885-86 Swanson, Wm., commission agent, 130 Hope Street
1886-88 Middleton, John, teacher, City Public (Boys) School, Montrose St.
1887-94 Shepherd, Madame C.H., soprano vocalist
1889-94 Davidson, R.
1890-91 White, Miss
1894 Millar, John, jun. (Millar jun.'s band), pianist & accompanist, teacher of music, pianoforte & singing, conductor of the "Bijou" later "Guards" (in uniform) Orchestra
1894-96 Russell, Mrs.
1896-1909 Wallace, Mrs.
1900 Caldwell, James, schoolmaster, Alexander's School, 94 Duke St.
1913-14 Barugh, Wm., grocer**************
1913-14 Ewing, Mrs. Jessie****************
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